A rich collection of short stories based on one woman's adventures exploring Earth's remote indigenous villages for ancient medical treatments.
Author: Amy L. Greeson
Publisher: Wisdom House Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
And the Silent Spoke is a richly detailed volume exploring one woman's quest to discover centuries-old indigenous medicinal practices. Representing non-profit organizations, Amy Greeson undergoes excursions to remote villages encountering traditional healers, dangerous terrain, and considerable challenges.
... was loud enough for the other students to hear, “If you keep this up you will not
have any tears left for your mother's funeral.” I sat in my small blue chair, stunned
and terrified, as the rest of the class, oblivious to my 4 When Silence Spoke.
Author: Lois Gourley
When Silence Spoke is the poignant story of a young girl's journey to find love and acceptance both at home and at school.
Author: John Dominic CrossanPublish On: 2008-03-01
Jesus , like the servant , set his face like a rock , and was silent . Josephus ,
Jewish War , 7.418 I ... ( JW 7.418 ; Thackeray : 3.620-23 ) . Silence under
Interrogation All the extracanonical versions of Jesus ' silence spoke of it under
suffering , just ...
Author: John Dominic Crossan
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
In this revolutionary work, John Dominic Crossan reveals that the Passion and Resurrection Narratives in the four canonical Gospels are radical revisions of an earlier Gospel account. He argues boldly that the apocryphal Gospel of Peter, discovered in the grave of a Christian monk in Egypt circa 1886, contains the earliest version of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. He describes how the authors of the four Gospels revised the early account of how their revision predominated as Roman authority grew. Lacking in the revision, he suggests, is the very heart of the earlier Passion: its depiction of Jesus' death as the consummation of Israel's pain and the resurrection as the vindication of Israel's faith.
In fact, many felt the same, but they preferred to stay silent, maintaining the
appearance of decorous collegial behavior, without realizing that their silence spoke volumes. For over two years, for example, a colleague in my own
department had ...
Author: Monica Gagliano
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
An accessible and compelling story of a scientist's discovery of plant communication and how it influenced her research and changed her life. In this "phytobiography"--a collection of stories written in partnership with a plant--research scientist Monica Gagliano reveals the dynamic role plants play in genuine first-hand accounts from her research into plant communication and cognition. By transcending the view of plants as the objects of scientific materialism, Gagliano encourages us to rethink plants as people--beings with subjectivity, consciousness, and volition, and hence having the capacity for their own perspectives and voices. The book draws on up-close-and-personal encounters with the plants themselves, as well as plant shamans, indigenous elders, and mystics from around the world and integrates these experiences with an incredible research journey and the groundbreaking scientific discoveries that emerged from it. Gagliano has published numerous peer-reviewed scientific papers on how plants have a Pavlov-like response to stimuli and can learn, remember, and communicate to neighboring plants. She has pioneered the brand-new research field of plant bioacoustics, for the first time experimentally demonstrating that plants emit their own 'voices' and, moreover, detect and respond to the sounds of their environments. By demonstrating experimentally that learning is not the exclusive province of animals, Gagliano has re-ignited the discourse on plant subjectivity and ethical and legal standing. This is the story of how she made those discoveries and how the plants helped her along the way.
They went home with the silent ambulance carrying Nihar's dead body. People
streamed in to pay their respects. Nileema sat there, dazed, ... A couple of people spoke to her as well. Raghav spoke to her in muted decibels. Who could she be?
Author: Kalpana M. Naghnoor
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
About the stories Recollections From A Crawlway is a collection of the twenty-one short stories, which are the musings of the author and reflective of the Indian urban scenario. To trail A Wooden Wagon is a prize winner and published by Unisun under the aegis of The British Council. Some stories touch upon the issues of the urban woman, as she is in transition from being a mere wife to a self realized entity. In the others the characters come alive to a realism weve known. The stories are like a personal diary of a looking glass; the ponderings of people and the bizarre mind and its reflections on the inverse.
Have I spoken unspeakable things? Have I abused, when I meant to bless thee?
Or is it the shame of being two of us that maketh thee blush!— Dost thou bid me
go and be silent, because now — DAY cometh? The world is deep:— and ...
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Friedrich Nietzsche: Thus Spoke Zarathustra. A Book for All and None Also sprach Zarathustra: Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen. Composed in four parts between 1883 and 1885 and published between 1883 and 1891. Translated by Thomas Common, T.N. Foulis, Edinbugh and London, 1909. Vollständige Neuausgabe. Herausgegeben von Karl-Maria Guth. Berlin 2015. Umschlaggestaltung von Thomas Schultz-Overhage unter Verwendung des Bildes: Wassilij Dimitriewitsch Polenow, Meditation auf dem Berg, 1900. Gesetzt aus Minion Pro, 11 pt.
Chapter 4 The modest mouth Her speech was silent and her silence spoke.1
Voice and feminist scholarship Jerome's description above of the Roman virgin
Asella's manner of speech summarizes the ideology of the feminine voice that
Author: Kate Wilkinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Uses the body of letters and treatises addressed by major Christian thinkers to the women of the Anicia family, as well as comparative evidence from modern Hinduism and Islam, to explore how modesty became a creative and performative mode of being for late Roman Christian ascetic women.
In regard to the literacies of Derrick and his friends, this theory speaks to the ways
in which they were often ignored. It tells of their enduring secrets, an unspoken
critique of the quiet injustices that cluttered their world. The silent words that ...
Author: David E. Kirkland
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This beautifully written book argues that educators need to understand the social worlds and complex literacy practices of African-American males in order to pay the increasing educational debt we owe all youth and break the school-to-prison pipeline. Moving portraits from the lives of six friends bring to life the structural characteristics and qualities of meaning-making practices, particularly practices that reveal the political tensions of defining who gets to be literate and who does not. Key chapters on language, literacy, race, and masculinity examine how the literacies, languages, and identities of these friends are shaped by the silences of societal denial. Ultimately, A Search Past Silence is a passionate call for educators to listen to the silenced voices of Black youth and to re-imagine the concept of being literate in a multicultural democratic society.
The silvery cloud , and the fiery pillar , though silent ......... spoke . The ( dumb )
sacrificial Lamb ... Had the children in Christ's day ceased singing their
Hallelujah's , the ( lifeless ) stones would have ....... spoken . The heavenly bodies
, rolling ...
Author: Christopher Bear BeamPublish On: 2008-08-04
The silence spoke above the inward demons, and the external ones, all mocking
the love of God, the truth of God, seeking to offer mistrust in camouflaged
uniforms. The kiln of suffering and saying “no” to his inner voices had produced
Author: Christopher Bear Beam
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The Golden Window of Silence integrates the use of silence as spiritual discipline and its abusive use by systemic structures. Silence may be used as a lifegiving practice or in a destructive way at all levels of societal systems. One of the contentions of The Golden Window of Silence is that when one uses silence to listen to all levels, one may find the source of all non-violent communication. It is by this means that silence becomes one of the most powerful means of social justice. "Proceeds from book sales go to Sunbear Community Alliance, a Texas Non-Profit Corporation."
But the man was not silent : he spoke ; he spoke out , and his words were
excellent . I venture to say that the woman ' s silence spoke as powerfully as the
man ' s voice . Of the two I think I find more eloquence in the tears bedewing , and
Casey fell silent for an instant. “Would you prefer I not make the donation? I
wanted to honor your husband's name, not to offend you. Madeline Westfield spoke so highly of him. She never mentioned—” “Madeline Westfield?” Nancy spoke her ...
Author: Andrea Kane
WHO WANTS MADELINE WESTFIELD DEAD? AND WHY? Forensic Instincts' first order of business is to find out who's targeting their client. Under the leadership of Casey Woods, the investigative team has the resources to do just that, working inside the law—and outside it. FI's strength is its members, among them Casey's associate Marc Devereaux, former navy SEAL and a man who's equal to any situation. Except maybe this one… Madeline's case hits too close to home for Marc. She's the only woman he ever loved, and she's his only weakness. Now a nurse at Manhattan Memorial, she's terrified because someone is trying to kill her. So she turns, reluctantly, to Marc and FI for help and protection. Meanwhile, Manhattan Memorial is in turmoil. With a merger in the works, the staff is still haunted by their hospital administrator's sudden death—during heart surgery performed by Madeline's ex-husband, Conrad. A surgery at which Madeline was present. The killer seems to blame both Madeline and Conrad… With a growing list of suspects—including the grieving widow and a string of scorned lovers—Forensic Instincts will have to figure out who has the greatest incentive to get rid of Madeline. And FI has to work fast to save her…before she's permanently silenced.
go home, while our boys are surrendering decently.” “Madam!”—Renfrew the Silent spoke—spoke from the depths of his once brilliant jacket—”you South
Carolinians had a good deal to say about getting up this war, but we Kentuckians
Author: John Jr. Fox
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
This powerful novel is one of the most perceptive tellings of the Civil War experience.
Becoming aware that she was staring at him, fascinated, she spoke hurriedly and
at random: The last time it rained, there ... meal in a silence that had been
unobtrusive because she was seldom other than silent, spoke in a queer, high-
Author: M. M. Kaye
Publisher: Hachette UK
The enchanting islands in the Indian Ocean beckon irresistibly, though Copper Randal soon discovers that paradise has a darker side, and a sense of foreboding hangs in the hot stillness among the mango trees and coconut palms. But neither she nor her friend Valerie, stepdaughter of the Islands' Chief Commissioner, anticipate the sinister climax to their hurricane-struck picnic. And when one of their party is presumed drowned and another is mysteriously murdered, Copper and her friends, stormbound and marooned on tiny Ross Island with no links to police or doctor, must turn detective to save their own lives ...
The “silence and solitude of the Kentucky hills” spoke to his soul. The “rolling
country” and the “pale ribbon of road . . . stretching out as grey as lead in the light
of the moon” greeted him. Suddenly emerging out of the darkness, a steeple ...
Author: Monica Weis
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Category: Biography & Autobiography
For twenty-seven years, renowned and beloved monk Thomas Merton (1915-1968) belonged to Our Lady of Gethsemani, a Trappist monastery established in 1848 amid the hills and valleys near Bardstown, Kentucky. In Thomas Merton's Gethsemani, dramatic black-and-white photographs by Harry L. Hinkle and artful text by Merton scholar Monica Weis converge in a unique experience for lovers of Merton. Hinkle was allowed unprecedented access to many areas inside the monastery and on its grounds that are generally restricted. His photographs invite the reader to experience the various knobs, lakes, woods, and hermitages Merton sought out for times of solitude and contemplation and for reading and writing. These unique images, each accompanied by a passage from Merton's writings, evoke personal reflection and a deeper understanding of how and why Merton came to recognize himself as a part of his Kentucky landscape. Woven throughout the book, Weis's text explores Merton's fascination with nature not only at Gethsemani, but during his early childhood, throughout his spiritual conversion to Roman Catholicism, and while a member of the Trappist community. She examines how Merton's lifelong interaction with nature subtly revealed and informed his profound spiritual experiences and his writing about contemplation. Thomas Merton's Gethsemani replicates Merton's path on his solitary hikes in the woods and conveys the wonder of the landscapes that inspired him.
All his life Tom had struggledto satisfy someone; first anerratic and brutal father,
then astern and silent God who promised eternalhell for disobedience, then a
demanding and ascetic employer.In those onesided relationships he had gamely
Author: Diane Jessup
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
When Elizabeth, a young pre-med. student happens upon Damien, a dog being used in laboratory research on her campus, she has no way of knowing how drastically her life - and her beliefs - will be changed. Without meaning to, she slowly becomes drawn into the dog's fate and is soon torn between the love and respect she has come to feel for Damien and the sense of loyalty and obligation she feels for the medical profession as well as her father and grandfather, both cardiac surgeons. With an uncanny ability to write convincingly about life from the point of view of a canine, Diane Jessup tells an extraordinary story of friendship and loyalty in The Dog Who Spoke with Gods. Few writers have ever shown the world of man's closest friend as clearly and movingly. For anyone who has ever loved a dog this is a must-read.
Everywhere you look, there is a standing structure, something that is in the
making — possessing the land that once stood silent, peaceful, and trouble-free.
Today, it is tough to find a place that does not spout the spills of the urban era.
Author: Igor Shoikhedbrod
Category: Literary Collections
Thus Spoke The Last Rebel is a selection of poetry and prose driven by the incessant pursuit of truth and meaning in a world that often obscures meaning and impedes the will to truth. The selection of poetry and prose questions established attitudes concerning such matters as knowledge, faith, morality, love, weakness, nature, urbanisation, as well as the modern conception of uniqueness and originality. Rather than attempting to cast off the ideal realm entirely, Thus Spoke The Last Rebel seeks to retrieve its remnants in the fissures of actuality. Avid readers shall be taken through a variety of humanistic themes, and while wrestling with the poet's worldview, they may just question their own "truths" along the way.
In 1955, in the empty buses of Montgomery, this silence spoke the message of
resistance. Later, at lunch counters and on Trailways buses, the silent presence
of black and white students sitting together announced the audacity of their ...
Author: Matthew D. Lassiter
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
"More than one-third of the population of the United States now lives in the South, a region where politics, race relations, and the economy have changed dramatically since World War II. Yet scholars and journalists continue to disagree over whether the modern South is dominating, deviating from, or converging with the rest of the nation. This collection asks how the stories of American history chance if the South is no longer seen as a region apart--as the conservative exception to a liberal nation."--Back cover.
Take my hand, momma, as if it were my heart and set your own shivering Hear
my voice with silent tongues searching andbrave Smooth my deep waters,
momma, and setme sailing likea starfish humored, andunhurried It is dangerous
to be a ...
Like a miniature billboard, the church sign offers an unparalleled opportunity to promote God's kingdom beyond the walls of the congregation. Thousands of cars pass each day with potential readers of its content, so the church sign has the potential to be a powerful pulpit from which silent words are loudly spoken, communicating brief but significant messages of God's love to a spiritually thirsty world. Silent Words Loudly Spoken provides a wealth of fresh and inspiring messages that will maximize the impact of your church sign. With more than 700 uplifting, thought-provoking statements conveniently formatted to easily fit most church signs, it contains enough material to last several years. A humorous but pithy "Ten Commandments for a Good Church Sign" offers plenty of specific nuts-and-bolts advice for making the most of this powerful but sometimes overlooked ministry tool: Phrases should be short enough and letters large enough for effortless drive-by reading. Messages should be changed regularly, especially date-specific ones. "In-house" announcements better suited for the church bulletin should not be wasted on a disinterested public. Give the gift of a positive, inspirational message; negative statements turn off those the church wants to attract. David J. Claassen has been the pastor of Mayfair-Plymouth Congregational Church in Toledo, Ohio, since 1975. He is a contributing editor for his denominational magazine (The Congregationalist), and writes a weekly inspirational newspaper column. He is also the author of Object Lessons for a Year (Baker). Claassen is a graduate of Central College and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.